ANZAM Doctoral Workshop 2021

Our exciting Doctoral Workshop is free to our members this year. If you are not yet a member of ANZAM, or your membership has expired, please Click here. If you are a member of ANZAM, and would like to participate in the ANZAM Doctoral Workshop 2021, please register here ANZAM Doctoral Workshop – Detailed Program   […]

15th Asia-Pacific Symposium on Emotions in Worklife (APSEW)


Tuesday, 30 November 2021 (Virtual Event) CALL FOR PAPERS You are invited to submit a paper to the 15th Asia-Pacific Symposium on Emotions in Worklife (APSEW). The 2021 event will Take the form of a virtual workshop, and will be held on Tuesday, 30 November 2021, from 9am till 12 noon (Australian Western Standard Time). […]

Management Learning Paper Development Workshop

Academy of Management Learning & Education Journal of Management Education Management Learning Paper Development Workshop HOSTED BY AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT December 1-2, 2021: Workshop Date and Time TBA   Paper Submission Process – see link below for more information: ANZAM Conference 2021 Paper Development Workshop   The deadline to apply for […]

Journal of Management Studies (JMS) Publishing Workshop

Dear ANZAM colleagues Attached is a call for a Journal of Management Studies workshop to be held on 21st October.  It is well timed for Australasia. Participation is free. To register, please contact Joanne Cheseldine at and the zoom link will be sent to you to participate. JMS-NYCU October workshop LINK  

Gender and Sexuality at Work: A Multidisciplinary Research and Engagement Conference


Join us in Melbourne and online, February 15, 2022.   Call for submissions is open: Gender and sexuality are two critical dimensions of human life and greatly influence the way people connect with various aspects of work. We invite you to take part in this conference that brings together experts from academia and workplaces across […]

ANZAM Online: Spill the Beans – Episode 12

Spill the beans Episode 12 – Dr Hafsa Ahmed switches seats. In this last episode of the podcast, Hafsa is spilling the beans while being interviewed by Professor Kate Kearins, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Economics & Law, AUT.